Heart conditioner


By Barry Fox Life Science Holdings of Chicago thinks it can keep transplant hearts in better condition using a new two-step process (WO 00/18226). First, the inventors restore natural enzyme levels, depleted after the donor’s death, by flooding the heart, still in the donor’s body, with a haemoglobin-based bicarbonate fluid at body temperature. The heart is then flushed with cold antioxidants. These prevent damage to the heart’s lining and gives the organ a better chance of survival until transplant. Left to itself,
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